v1.08 Build 11 04/07/2017Release notes:Fixed:
1. Fixed an issue where IP Camera might fail to establish a PPPoE connection if PPP Discovery phase fails.
2. Fixed an issue that Time zone setting for Minsk should be GMT+3.
3. Fixed the “RSA-CRT key leaks” vulnerability.
4. Fixed the “LANDAP stack overflow “vulnerability.
5. Remove the “Arbitrary file upload interface” vulnerability.
6. Fixed vulnerability - Authenticated Arbitrary File Upload with Root Privileges.
7. Fixed vulnerability - Authenticated Root OS Command Injection in File Upload.
8. Fixed an XSS vulnerability - Stored XSS in User Name.
9. Fixed an XSS vulnerability - Reflected XSS in HTTP Host Header.New Features:
1. Upgrade mydlink agent to 2.1.0-b43.
2. The default date and time settings are changed to 2017-01-01, 00:00:00.
3. Updated ActiveX control and Java applet with renewed code-signing certificate.
4. Change the HTTPs self-signed certificate to SHA2 algorithms.
5. Support Mydlink UID mechanism.
6. Change the support page hyperlink of Firmware Upgrade web-UI to www.dlink.com.
7. Updated OpenSSL to v1.0.1t.
8. Updated mDNSResponder to 625.41.2.
9. Update the years in the copyright statement for IP Camera’s web-UI to 2016.
10. Add authentication to CGI /config/stream_info.cgi.
11. Offer the password validation on console port. (Console’s Password is synchronized with the admin’s password)
Get it here: DCS-5009LNOTE:
Wireless updates can be done however wireless stability is key between the camera and main host router. If you are sure the wireless signal between the camera and main host router is stable, then using mydlink.com from a wired PC should work to upgrade the camera. It's what I use. I asked D-link about this and wireless upgrades should work. Good wireless signal and stability is key. Any doubt in wireless stability, I recommend getting the camera connected to a LAN wire cable before upgrading.
Let us know how it works for you.